Best Western Imperial Hotel

Fraser Square, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 6DW, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fraser Square, Fort William, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, West Highland Museum, and Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Imperial Hotel Fort William

    Reviewed by teachervagabond

    What's with the heaters in this country?

    Reviewed Jun 25, 2013
    by (9 reviews) Salem, OR , United States Flag of United States

    I've stayed in several B&B's and hotels so far and not one has a working heater in the room. Maybe they used to work? The towel warmers also seem to be there for decoration...

    I arrived a day early for my reservation and the staff was gracious enough to find me accommodation. I had to take a double room, so it cost me more, but it was worth it to have a spot. The room is clean and there is hand soap! Another thing that seems to be missing from the other places I've stayed. The shower ran hot, lukewarm, bordering on cold, then lukewarm. The staff is very friendly.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Imperial Hotel Fort William

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